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Wordsmithing is your take of the world that you hear and see. So for me it’s not difficult, what you see is what you get. 614 more words

Words Have Wings

The Archaeology of Wordsmithing: Introducing "The Contemplative Shaman"

There are times when writing feels like an artisanal endeavor and the “wordsmith” moniker feels appropriate. But far more often, and increasingly so, I can only call it “found art.”  The work feels much less like the crafting of something new, and much more like unearthing something old that was left for us to discover and understand anew. 562 more words

Waldo Noesta

Great business writing accelerates strategic decision making

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Strategic decision making is dependent on high quality executive briefs. A need growing as VUCA define the business landscape you operate in. 1,029 more words

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Performance Art in the Ivory Tower

In Rapunzel’s remote tower of western fable, a king imprisons his daughter to keep her innocent of the world.  While she longs for society, she busies herself with solitary preoccupations.  880 more words


Walking, remembering, the footsteps of those that came before us

One of the cats, Leia, awoke me at the crack of dawn this morning. She didn’t know that today should be treated as a weekend day, and was up at the same time as usual, protesting about her food bowl not being filled with enough food, quickly enough. 1,297 more words


Vacation, day 1

There’s a story happening on my window sill this morning. The spider, the fruit fly and the cat who’s over the moon. With joy. To be sitting outside. 884 more words


A life arrested

There’s a theory that a person’s emotional development stops at the age at which one starts taking drugs.

Maybe this same theory can be expounded upon to include the whole of a life halted in its development due to a variety of reasons, whether family dysfunction or other external factors – arrested in a paradigm much like Bill Murray’s character’s was in Groundhog Day, manoeuvring through the same damned day until he finally gets it right, gets to move on to the next step, and the next, and so on. 704 more words